Over 75,000 Homeless Live On The Streets of Los Angeles

Los Angeles homelessness skyrocketed in the last year, increasing by 10% in L.A. County and 9% in the city - over 75,000 people are homeless.

Homelessness is exploding in the Democrat-run city of Los Angeles, California.

Why aren’t the rich celebrities of Hollywood sharing their wealth with these people and opening their homes to them?

Homelessness in Los Angeles skyrocketed over the last year, increasing by 10% in L.A. County and 9% in the city, leaving more than 75,000 people living on the streets of the county in an epic setback for local leaders.

Homelessness continued to rise dramatically, increasing by 9% in Los Angeles County and 10% in the city of Los Angeles last year, in a stark illustration of the challenges faced by officials trying to reduce the number of people living on the streets.

The count, conducted by thousands of volunteers during a three-day period in January, projected that 75,518 people were living in interim housing or a tent, car, van, RV, tent or makeshift shelter in Los Angeles County

This is compared with 69,144 the previous year.

Almost all the growth came from the Westside and Harbor areas of Los Angeles, with each seeing increases of just over 2,000 people, or about 45%.

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